Join Next Episode
Quick Account Setup
Add your shows and see the site populate with them
Calendar and Homepage with your shows only
Track your watched episodes and see new ones come out
Define search engines to find episodes with one click
Get suggestions for new shows based on what you watch
Have your stuff on our 5 stars, free
Many other neat features and customizations
Create and Sign In
or sign in with
to Next Episode
or sign in with
Top Airing TV Shows
The Walking Dead
Better Call Saul
The Handmaid's Tale
DC's Legends of Tomorrow
Rick and Morty
The Good Doctor
The Umbrella Academy
This Is Us
Star Trek: Discovery
Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan
Fear the Walking Dead
La Casa de Papel
Star Trek: Picard
His Dark Materials
American Horror Story
Lost in Space (2018)
My Hero Academia
New Amsterdam (2018)
Attack on Titan
Tue Mar 01, 2016
Trailers in Movies
You can easily check out trailers for
on Next Episode!
button is now available on your movies list, "hot" and "upcoming" movies charts.
As always - let me know your thoughts and please support Next Episode by trying out
Added 2 more sorting options - "older movies on top" and "recently added" on top!
comment # 1 by
comment # 2 by
Can you add a "sort by date" option?
comment # 3 by
@nightcrow the option is already there to sort "By Name" or "By Recency" ?
comment # 4 by
@Santah - the 'Release date' title should be pushable in order to toggle between release dates (ie. oldest/newest first)
comment # 5 by
Trailers are working excellent, thanks!
Two things though:
1) I regularly go through the hot movies and upcoming movies lists and add a ton of movies, but then I have to scroll through my entire list every time to mark the ones I've seen. It would really help if I could somehow sort the list so that I can see the movies I've added to my list recently, to make the bulk adding simpler.
2) I have a movie in my list with no name and no cover. Since there's no name and no cover there's nothing for me to click in order to take it off my list. Doubtless it was some far-into-the-future movie with an unknown release date that got dropped from the system, but how can I get rid of it?
comment # 6 by
Any chance we could also have "released DVD" status for movie sorting ?
comment # 7 by
Found a bit of a bug in the movies section.
When I'm looking for a movie (type the name into the search box) that's already on my list but has been marked as watched, the search result gives me a green Add to list button. If I click that button once, it comes back green (after removing the movie from my list) and if I click it again it gives me the red Remove from my movies button. So please teach the browsing system to recognize watched movies as still on my list. This is caused some serious double-work, because I'm constantly adding the same movies to the list and then marking them as watched, only to try to add them again later and thus removing them from the list, and making me have to mark them as watched once more :D
Also, movies which haven't been released but have an unknown date appear on the Released movies list, instead of the Not released list.
comment # 8 by
@nightcrow, @ArniVidar - added 2 more sorting options that should take care of your requests!
@ArniVidar - both bugs you encountered are now fixed!
comment # 9 by
Thanks! The Recently added sorting function works like a treat and will help A LOT! :)
The search bug is gone, but the unknown date movies are still in the Released movies list.
One more thing that I may have noticed. Is it possible that pagination is missing from the search results? I can't be sure, since very few search strings bring up so many results, but if I search for 007 for example, I get most but not all the James Bond movies, and the list stops at 20 results.
comment # 10 by
Oh yea, somehow I missed the issue with movies with unknown date.
That's now fixed too and pagination is now added to the Search (wasn't there before) :)
comment # 11 by
@Santah - perfect! Thanks!! :-)
Another thing - how about filtering between 'upcoming' and 'hot movies' at the same time. The incentive is, that there are a bunch of upcoming movies that aren't hot, therefore really uninteresting. I would like to see all the upcoming movies that are also hot movies.
comment # 12 by
Very cool, thanks! Now I could add the rest of the Bond movies to the list, and then because my list was sorted by Recently added I could mark them all as watched right away without having to scroll through the full list.
It's starting to be really efficient to bulk add movies :)
Question is, what to do with that list once it's built. I enjoy the nerdy stats for the TV shows (you've wasted an unspeakable amount of hours watching TV and you still have a ton of material left to watch you lazy git!) and would be fun to see that for the movies as well :)
As for the search function, you've already added an IMDB URL reader into it, but would it be possible to add a search for a person? Maybe I want to add all the Steven Seagal movies to my list or all Jerry Bruckheimer movies or something. Searching for the person name would be far simpler and better than having to manually search for each movie title, and I'd expect it's not a big difference in API calls.
comment # 13 by
@nightcrow I see your point, but upcoming can be sorted by anticipation as well, and even though it doesn't give the exact same shows as the Hot chart - it's along the same lines. I don't see a version with a mix of the 2 charts any time soon.
@ArniVidar - yea, something Actors and/or Directors related will be added eventually!
comment # 14 by
Excellent, thank you :)
I wanted to ask you a bit about the Hot Movies list. What exactly controls the results for the This Week / Month / Year dropdown? I tried playing with that on the 1st, which was the first day of the month and the third/second day of the week. The month results gave me 85 pages while the week results gave me around 20 pages, so they're obviously not actually "This Week" and "This Month". So what are they? "Last 7 days" and "Last 30 days" or something?
The reason I ask is that I like to use that list to discover new movies I haven't thought about watching but others are adding to their lists, or to rediscover old movies I've forgotten to add to my list, but since it doesn't actually sort in any definite way, I need to go through that list in it's entirety every time. Therefore it would be good to know how it works in order to know when it's ideal to check it.
comment # 15 by
It's Last 7 days, Last 30 days etc.
I'll add more charts/discovery tools to help you with that, soon!
comment # 16 by
Good to know, thanks :)
Please log in first to post a comment.
request a show